2018

59(2) Contemporary Safety Topics in Animal Research

59(1) Pathology in Biomedical Research: A Mission-Critical Specialty for Reproducibility and Rigor in Translational Research

2017

58(3) Insights Gained from Wildlife Research in the Context of Global Anthropogenic Change

58(2) Nonhuman Primates and Translational Research

58(1) Bridging the Gap between Reproducibility and Translation: Data Resources and Approaches

2016

57(3) International Laws, Regulations, and Guidelines for Animal Research 
57(2) Technology, the Three Rs, and Pharmaceutical Development
57(1) Models of Viral-Induced Carcinogenesis and Oncolytic Viruses

2015

56(3) Insight Gained from Wildlife Research in the Context of Global Anthropogenic Change
56(2) The Microbiome: Modeling for Health and Disease
56(1) Livestock Models in Translational Science

2014

55(3) Experimental Design and Statistics
55(2) Behavioral Assessment in Animal Models: Relevance for Human Psychopathology
55(1) Naturally Occurring Diseases in Animals: Contributions to Translational Medicine

2013

54(3) Animal Models of Peripheral Neuropathy
54(2) Progress in Nonhuman Primate Genetics and Genomics
54(1) Ethical and IACUC Considerations of Field Biology Studies

2012

53(3) Epigenetics
53(2) Zebrafish Health and Husbandry
53(1) Neurobiology of Addictive Behaviors
 

2011

52(S) Proceedings of the Symposium on Animal Welfare and Scientific Research: 1985 to 2010
52(3) Animal Models of Addictions to Drugs and Other Controlled Substances
52(2) Spineless Wonders: Welfare and Use of Invertebrates in the Laboratory and Classroom
52(1) Animal Models of Aging: Something Old, Something New

2010

51(4) Birds as Animal Models in the Behavioral and Neural Sciences
51(3) One Health: The Intersection of Humans, Animals, and the Environment
51(2) Disaster Planning and Management
51(1) Regenerative Medicine: From Mice to Men

2009

50(4) Pain and Distress in Fish
50(3) Sleep-Disordered Breathing: Exploring a Human Disorder Using Animal Models
50(2) Gene Therapy in Large Animal Models of Human Genetic Diseases
50(1) The Neurobiology of Social Behavior 

2008

49(4) Postapproval Monitoring...Balancing Risk Management with Burden
49(3) Detection and Management of Microbial Contamination in Laboratory Rodents
49(2) Microbial Quality Control for Nonhuman Primates
49(1) Noninvasive Bioimaging of Laboratory Animals *

2007

48(4) Animal Models Used in the Study of Movement Disorders
48(3) Use of Amphibians in the Research, Laboratory, or Classroom Setting
48(2) Training and Adult Learning Strategies
48(1) Contemporary Topics for Animal Care Committees *

2006

47(4) Preparation of Animals for Use in the Laboratory
47(3) Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity *
47(2) Phenotyping of Genetically Engineered Mice
47(1) Animal Models of Diseases Related to the Fetus and Newborn

2005

46(4) Serendipity, Science, and Animals *
46(3) Immunization Procedures and Adjuvant Products *
46(2) Enrichment Strategies for Laboratory Animals
46(1) Infectious Disease Research in the Age of Biodefense

2004

45(4) Animal Models and Design Considerations for Endocrine Disruptor Research
45(3) Advances in Diabetes Through Animal-related Research
45(2) Nonhuman Primate and Other Animal Models of Women's Health
45(1) Nontraditional Animal Models for Laboratory Research

2003

44(4) Physiological Research Outside the Laboratory
44(3) Behavioral Research Outside the Laboratory
44(2) Animal Models of Stroke and Rehabilitation
44(1) Occupational Health and Safety in Biomedical Research in the Laboratory

2002

43 Supplement: Regulatory Testing and Animal Welfare
43(4) Experimental Design and Statistics in Biomedical Research
43(3) Advanced Physiological Monitoring in Rodents *
43(2) Mouse Models of Human Disease *
43(1) Implications of Human-Animal Interactions and Bonds in the Laboratory

2001

42(4) Fish Models in Biomedical Research
42(3) Impact of Noninvasive Technology on Animal Research *
42(2) Animal Models of Hepatitis
42(1) Laboratory Animal Allergy

2000

41(4) Cryobiology of Embryos, Germ Cells, and Ovaries
41(3) Mouse Behavioral Models in Biomedical Research
41(2) Humane Endpoints for Animals Used in Biomedical Research and Testing *
41(1) The Squirrel Monkey in Biomedical and Behavioral Research

1999

40(4) Animal Models of Inflammation
40(3) Animal Models of Pain *
40(2) Animal Models of Human Vision
40(1) Bioethics of Laboratory Animal Research

1998

39(4) Opportunistic Infections in Laboratory Rats and Mice
39(2-3) Comparative Gene Mapping
39(1) Animal Well-being: Immune Function, Behavior, Morphology, and Psychoneuroimmunology

1997

38(4) Understanding and Using the Internet and the World Wide Web
38(3) Animal Models of Aging Research
38(2) The Role of Computational Models in Animal Research
38(1) Unusual Mammalian Models

1995

37(4) Fish, Amphibians, and Reptiles
37(3) Adjuvants and Antibody Production
37(2) Laboratory Animal Care Policies and Regulations
37(1) Perspectives on Xenotransplantation

1994

36(3-4) Advances in Gene Therapy
36(2) Farm Animals in Biomedical Research--Part Two
36(1) Farm Animals in Biomedical Research--Part One

1993

35(3-4) Issues for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees (IACUCs)
35(2) Models of Type 1 Diabetes--Part Two
35(1) Models of Type 1 Diabetes--Part One

1992

34(4) ILAR Reports; ILAR News 7-year Cumulative Index (1985-1992)
34(3) ILAR's Fortieth Anniversary
34(1-2) Immunodeficient Rodents

1991

33(4) State of the Art
33(3) State of the Art
33(1-2) Pain in Animals and Humans

1990

32(4) Issues for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees
32(3) New Rat Models of Obesity and Type II Diabetes
32(2) Animal Models in Biomedical Research
32(1) State of the Art

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